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. the "new york times" reporting u.s. officials in the obama administration began to believe a no fly zone by itself would make no difference. these officials, "the times" reporting says began pushing for what's called a no drive zone, specifically the use of u.s. military air strikes to cut down gadhafi's ground forces to tanks and heavy artillery. the u.s. push for tonight's vote on the security council. the resolution approved 10-0 with five countries abstaining says that the u.n., quote, will take all necessary measures to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack in libya including bin ghazi. if you're worried about u.s. ground forces going into libya, here is the next part of the resolution. while excluding a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of libyan territory. well, after the vote the united states ambassador to the u.n., susan rice, spoke to reporters today the security council has responded to the libyan people's cry for help. this council's purpose is clear. to protect innocent civilians. >> secretary of state hillary clinton said toda
for being with us tonight. we will see you again tomorrow night. now it is time for "the ed show oichlt. >> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight, the u.n. security council has voted to impose a no fly zone over libya authorizing all necessary measures. we'll have that coming up. three reactors with partial meltdowns in japan and the desperate attempt to stop the worst from happening. and there is breaking news at this hour. the united nations security council has voted to allow the u.n.'s member nations to take military action against libya. the vote opens the door for the united states to begin air strikes against libya at any time. the "new york times" reporting u.s. officials in the obama administration began to believe a no fly zone by itself would make no difference. these officials, "the times" reporting says began pushing for what's called a no drive zone, specifically the use of u.s. military air strikes to cut down gadhafi's ground forces to tanks and heavy artillery. the u.s. push for tonight's vote on the security cou
's on the table tonight. the president's decision to use military force in libya prompts outrage from both sides of the aisle in congress. dennis kucinich calls it an impeachable offense. he'll join me later in the show. the right wing is picking up moammar gadhafi's lies about al qaeda in libya. tonight we'll correct the record. and donald trump claims he screwed gadhafi over a piece of land in a deal. turns out trump isn't telling us the whole truth. my commentary on this off the top. tonight this country is in its third conflict. we're going to get in double figures before this is over with. congress is asking questions. the american people are confused. i think some americans are. and there's no end game in sight. that's what is so ominous about all of this. coalition air strikes pounded libya for the third straight night as rebels advanced on pro-gadhafi forces on the ground. the head of the united states, africa command, general carter ham, said 80 sortees were flown on monday about half by american pilots. over the weekend forces pounded colonel gadhafi's compound in tripoli. his administ
-hour war room at their headquarters operation center in rockville, maryland. the u.s. has sent more personnel to help the japan response overall than any other country, so far it's 148 >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight a live report coming up from japan in just a moment. the unfolding disaster there and coming up the battle ground that must not be ignored right here in the united states. if you thought governor scott walker of wisconsin was bad, wait until you see what governor john kasich of ohio is doing when it comes to picking up where walker left off. with a budget that would cut funds to schools. here's a new one for you. and even children's hospitals. how nice of them. the second front of the war on the middle class well under way. plus the very latest from wisconsin. >>> it's wednesday morning in japan and the brave souls of that country are trying to prevent the world's worst serious nuclear accident since chernobyl from becoming even a bigger disaster. at this hour the numbers are staggering. the number of c
. this is what's on the table tonight. the president's decision to use military force in libya prompts outrage from both sides of the aisle in congress. dennis kucinich calls it an impeachable offense. he'll join me later in the show. the right wing is picking up moammar gadhafi's lies about al qaeda in libya. tonight we'll correct the record. and donald trump claims he screwed gadhafi over a piece of land in a deal. turns out trump isn't telling us the whole truth. my commentary on this off the top. tonight this country is in its third conflict. we're going to get in double figures before this is over with. congress is asking questions. the american people are confused. i think some americans are. and there's no end game in sight. that's what is so ominous about all of this. coalition air strikes pounded libya for the third straight night as rebels advanced on pro-gadhafi forces on the ground. the head of the united states, africa command, general carter ham, said 80 sortees were flown on monday about half by american pilots. over the weekend forces pounded colonel gadhafi's compound in tripo
they would only hold out half that long. that does it for us. now it's time for "the ed show." have a good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight. this is what's on the table tonight. the plot thickens. here we go with the secret order signed by the president, authorizing covert u.s. government operations to support the rebels in libya? that's our lead story with commentary tonight. we are headed towards a government shutdown to satisfy the tea party. that may be where speaker john boehner is willing to go. and congress and darrell issa, mr. investigation dude, says the president is corrupt. issa says earmarks are bad. but guess who supported earmarks that benefited himself. that's "the takedown" coming up tonight. >>> this is the story we start with, that has me fired up tonight. it wasn't supposed to go like this, but this is how it's unfolding. reuters reporting there are american boots on the ground in libya. president obama has signed a secret order authorizing covert u.s. government support for rebel forces in libya, officials tell reuters. the order was
accidents. tomorrow's show comes with a seat belt for your use at home. now it's time for "the ed show." >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show." tonight from new york this is what's on the table. commentary on the president's performance coming up. republican extremists like governor scott walker of wisconsin are getting democrats fired up. good for us. is it time to call this a liberal awakening in america? i hope so. donald trump is still banging his drum about the president's birth place. so he returns to the takedown tonight. congresswoman michele bachmann and a bunch of other republican presidential hopefuls were in iowa this weekend letting their freak flag fly. but this is a story that has to be fired up first tonight. president obama clearly, clearly laid out our military involvement in libya during his address from the national defense university in washington, d.c. earlier this evening. the president was quick to label the villain. >> moammar gadhafi. he has denied his people freedom, exploited their wealth, murdered opponents at home and abroad and terrorized
. they're going to communicate with us later. i think they are the fabric of this community. but of course this is my high school. why wouldn't i say that. it's a privilege to be here. it was a privilege to attend this school. a public school. i also had the privilege to learn from talented public school teachers. and in the argument that's taking place in this country right now, there is one political party that wants you to think that these folks, they're the problem. they're the reason why this country is having a hard time balancing its budget. that is not the case. this is the story that is taking place all over america. this is ground zero. well, ground zero is in madison, wisconsin. madison, wisconsin, where the governor, he took a union busting bill and put it out and made it law of the land today. he is about to sign it. i think he is going to do it tomorrow so he can get exactly one more day of press coverage. the wisconsin assembly forced it through late this afternoon and walker vowed to sign it. the governor says this is a victory for the middle class. >> that's
. the u.s. did an investigation into working conditions there and found forced prostitution and forced abortions going on. but they were a jack abramoff client so it became part of an effort by lobbyists. tonight ralph reed was speaking at the iowa faith and freedom coalition all about making sure social issues and values maintain a key spot on the republican agenda. good-bye, john ensign. in a couple years i guess it's lucky that you'll be around for the big republican legal defense of the antigay marriage ban this year. maybe you can help with that or you can consult on the gingrich campaign or become a life coach specializing in how to resign with dignity. maybe. now it's time for "the ed show." good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight fzol new york. this is what's on the table tonight. governor scott walker rejects talks with democratic senators even though most wisconsinites want him to just compromise. this standoff for labor rights is at a crucial tipping point. republicans are nervous tonight and the wisconsin 14 are live with us and they will r
i have long had a theory that people who came before us should be given the benefit of the doubt when they gave names to things that were clearly designed to warn us away from those things. the canyon where california's god forsaken nuclear power plant is located is called diablo canyon. that should have been a hint, maybe. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show." tonight from new york, if you're middle class, pay attention. our top story tonight is out of ohio. i just can't believe this one. it's on the table. and we've got a lot more coming up tonight as coalition air strikes pound libya for the fourth straight day. surveys are coming in pretty interesting and showing strange results about whether the public actually supports the president in all of this. we'll take a look at what the u.s. role should be. republicans promised to be what? the party of jobs? but their top six priorities have been anything but jobs. that's in the takedown tonight. glenn beck questions whether martin luther king was fighting for labor rights when he was assassinated and of course we'r
that violence, an international mandate for action, a broad coalition prepared to join us, the support of arab countries, and a plea for help from the libyan people, themselves. we also have the ability to stop gadhafi's forces in their tracks without putting american troops on the ground. >> you know, if those words were coming from george w. bush the republicans and the conservatives and the righties in this country, they'd be waving the flag. in fact, they'd have the flags on their cars going to work tomorrow but because it's president obama, let's get not too excited about this operation. you know? he might look like he has some leadership skills and that would make him look good for 2012. there are lives on the line here. the president slammed the ball in a very classy way on his decision to use force in libya. this was exactly the right time to give the speech because he's back in the country. he was kind of working overseas, you know, on trade issues and jobs. and the american people have been starting to show signs of doubt. well, the president knocked it out of the park tonight in my
sticks. diablo canyon? seriously? that does it for us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow night. now it's time for "the ed show." >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show." tonight from new york, if you're middle class, pay attention. our top story tonight is out of ohio. i just can't believe this one. it's on the table. and we've got a lot more coming up tonight as coalition air strikes pound libya for the fourth straight day. surveys are coming in pretty interesting and showing strange results about whether the public actually supports the president in all of this. we'll take a look at what the u.s. role should be. republicans promised to be what? the party of jobs? but their top six priorities have been anything but jobs. that's in the takedown tonight. glenn beck questions whether martin luther king was fighting for labor rights when he was assassinated and of course we're here to set the record straight at the end of the hour tonight with dignity. all right. this is the story that should have every american fired up. it comes from the -- i can't believe this department.
that long. that does it for us. now it's time for "the ed show." have a good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight. this is what's on the table tonight. the plot thickens. here we go with the secret order signed by the president, authorizing covert u.s. government operations to support the rebels in libya? that's our lead story with commentary tonight. we are headed towards a government shutdown to satisfy the tea party. that may be where speaker john boehner is willing to go. and congress and darrell issa, mr. investigation dude, says the president is corrupt. issa says earmarks are bad. but guess who supported earmarks that benefited himself. that's "the takedown" coming up tonight. >>> this is the story we start with, that has me fired up tonight. it wasn't supposed to go like this, but this is how it's unfolding. reuters reporting there are american boots on the ground in libya. president obama has signed a secret order authorizing covert u.s. government support for rebel forces in libya, officials tell reuters. the order was signed within the past
this program. they're going to communicate with us later. i think they are the fabric of this community. but of course this is my high school. why wouldn't i say that. it's a privilege to be here. it was a privilege to attend this school. a public school. i also had the privilege to learn from talented public school teachers. and in the argument that's taking place in this country right now, there is one political party that wants you to think that these folks, they're the problem. they're the reason why this country is having a hard time balancing its budget. that is not the case. this is the story that is taking place all over america. this is ground zero. well, ground zero is in madison, wisconsin. madison, wisconsin, where the governor, he took a union busting bill and put it out and made it law of the land today. he is about to sign it. i think he is going to do it tomorrow so he can get exactly one more day of press coverage. the wisconsin assembly forced it through late this afternoon and walker vowed to sign it. the governor says this is a victory for the middle class. >> that's
14 are live with us and they will respond. ipods, ipads, and iphones. john mccain says we should be proud that they're made in america. the problem is they are not. wall street is driving up the cost of gasoline. you're paying now but the democrats may pay big time in 2012. it's the first part of an "ed show" special series tonight. this is the story that has me fired up tonight, folks. the wisconsin 14 and governor scott walker i guess you could say are both digging in their heels waiting for the other side to blink. early this morning wisconsin senate minority leader mark miller offered an olive branch to walker with this letter. he wrote i would ask that you or your authorized representatives agree to meet with us near the wisconsin/illinois border to formally resume serious discussions as soon as possible. the people of wisconsin are overwhelmingly supportive of us reaching a bipartisan, negotiated compromise. true to form governor walker used miller's statement to attack him and the group and called miller's letter ridiculous. >> we need to walk through why this letter is so
. the constant phoenix are converted boeing 707s 130 feet over 400 miles an hour. the u.s. military has delivered high-pressure water pumps to the fukushima daiichi plant. we now continue with ed schultz. good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight. the latest on the crisis in japan. coming up later in the program, the bitter struggle right here in the united states that may be in desperate need of a leader. as the right wing assault on the middle class continues, unabated in michigan, and ohio. president obama's team is looking for new ways to fire up the base. if the president wants to fire up the base, he should stand with the wage earners who are fighting the good fight in those states. >>> but of course, the first story tonight is just, how dangerous is the nuclear crisis in the country of japan. that is a big question mark at this hour. u.s. officials warn if the situation is not under control within the next 24 to 48 hours, the country could be facing an ordeal that will, quote, be deadly for decades. one official tells abc news it would be hard to describe ho
workers used sea water to try to cool down damaged fuel rods. in both instances, although damage was done to external radiation containment buildings, the reactors themselves they said were not damaged by the blasts. in the case of the third explosion, this new one, they are not giving the same assurances about the integrity of the containment vessels. they say there has been a radiation release although not one that is catastrophic. please stay with msnbc. we will keep you posted as we learn more details in this continuing, developing story. "the ed show" starts right now. good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight a live report coming up from japan in just a moment. in a huge story in wisconsin over the weekend. forget about the tea party. even busing people to washington, d.c. they never once managed to rally as big as this one in madison, wisconsin. call it what you want. the birth of a movement, a call for arms to working americans, a rally for the cause of a living wage and human dignity. we'll have full c
it means for us as americans, and the president's strategy. and the latest on the republicans who awakened the sleeping giant and are now fighting for their political lives. but first, it's late tuesday morning in japan right now. as day five of this unfolding disaster brings us yet another explosion at a nuclear plant, turning this into the second worst accident at a nuclear plant in history and even away from the plant millions of survivors are still wondering, what comes next after another day of aftershocks, fires, and tsunami alerts. at this hour 10,000 are feared dead. tens of thousands are still missing. 500,000 homeless, 2.6 million without power. half as many thought to be without water. the earthquake that struck friday afternoon now officially measured at 9.0. and just a few hours ago, the fukushima power plant experienced its third explosion in four days. tonight japan's nuclear safety agency said it suspects the explosion may have damaged the reactor container, itself. emergency workers are battling to prevent a potential catastrophic release of radiation. but a spokesman for
new blog. i'll bring you the results later on in the show. joining us right now, members of the wisconsin 14, who were still across state lines, thank you for joining us tonight. and i want to start first, if i may, senator fred riser. senator riser, you have been around this process longer than anyone. can you tell us tonight from your knowledge whether what the republicans did today in the senate is legal or not, and what the next move is going to be for the wisconsin 14? >> i have never seen anything like this in my life. you know, the governor, instead of acting like a leader, and trying to negotiate with people, decided that he wanted to get this bill passed sobad, that he not only bent the rules, but he broke the rules. i think it's disgusting. and i think the public will react accordingly. >> senator miller, minority leader for the democrats. >> i just wanted to say as a former public employee, i really appreciated what labor organizations did for me. i drove truck for the city of green bay sanitation before i became a state senator. and without that, we wouldn't h
with two fire trucks. no u.s. military personnel were lost in the quake or the tsunami in japan. all u.s. military personnel based in that country have been accounted for. that said, several sailors were given potassium iodide tablets today as a thyroid cancer preventative after they returned from flying humanitarian missions. radiation detection equipment found evidence of low levels of radiation on either the sailors or their helicopters as well as a number of additional helicopter crews later in the day. our navy says the humanitarian missions nevertheless will continue. now it's time for "the ed show." thanks for being with us tonight. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight a live report coming up from japan in just a moment. the unfolding disaster there and coming up the battle ground that must not be ignored right here in the united states. if you thought governor scott walker of wisconsin was bad, wait until you see what governor john kasich of ohio is doing when it comes to picking up where walker left off. with a budge
the democratic process to move forward, they will give us an opportunity to have a vote and ultimately move that bill forward so our local governments and our schools have the tools to more than avoid those sorts of reductions. give those local governments the tools, without giving them any tools to offset those reductions so our local governments and our schools have the tools -- local governments the tools. we'll give them the tools. give local governments those tools. >> yeah, the tools. the tools to just shovel the teachers right the hell out of the classroom. we don't need them, right? walker is talking about this tool. his attack on collective bargaining. with no more collective bargaining, the local governments, they're going to be able to destroy unions, and do walker's dirty work for him all over the state. when you look at the devil in the details in this bill, it's pretty clear walker's main target is public education in wisconsin. walker is cutting nearly $900 million from public schools. i have to say that every night. $900 million out of the public school system. at the same t
130 feet across with a maximum feet of over 400 miles an hour. the u.s. military has delivered high-pressure water pumps to the fukushima daiichi plant. we now continue with ed schultz. good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight. the latest on the crisis in japan. coming up later in the program, the bitter struggle right here in the united states that may be in desperate need of a leader. as the right wing assault on the middle class continues, unabated in michigan, and ohio. president obama's team is looking for new ways to fire up the base. if the president wants to fire up the base, he should stand with the wage earners who are fighting the good fight in those states. >>> but of course, the first story tonight is just, how dangerous is the nuclear crisis in the country of japan. that is a big question mark at this hour. u.s. officials warn if the situation is not under control within the next 24 to 48 hours, the country could be facing an ordeal that will, quote, be deadly for decades. one official tells abc news it would be hard to describe how ala
on in the show. joining us right now, members of the wisconsin 14, who were still across state lines, thank you for joining us tonight. and i want to start first, if i may, senator fred riser. senator riser, you have been around this process longer than anyone. can you tell us tonight from your knowledge whether what the republicans did today in the senate is legal or not, and what the next move is going to be for the wisconsin 14? >> i have never seen anything like this in my life. you know, the governor, instead of acting like a leader, and trying to negotiate with people, decided that he wanted to get this bill passed so bad, that he not only bent the rules, but he broke the rules. i think it's disgusting. and i think the public will react accordingly. >> senator miller, minority leader for the democrats. >> i just wanted to say as a former public employee, i really appreciated what labor organizations did for me. i drove truck for the city of green bay sanitation before i became a state senator. and without that, we wouldn't have had any pay or any benefits. that's what they're trying to do
, that none of us ever thought would happen. so negotiations on this are critical to move past this and move on to the budget. another senate republican named luther olsen told "the milwaukee journal sentinel" they're in the minority but holding some cards so you've got to negotiate. you can't give up the whole ship. what does all that mean? both statements come weeks after senator dale schultz tried to push an amendment that would sunset the elimination of collective bargaining rights. folks, you have to admit these statements go completely against what governor walker has been saying about the bill for weeks. >> the bottom line is we're trying to balance our budget and there is really no room to negotiate on that because we're broke. >> it's real simple. we're trying to balance the budget. we're broke. we are broke in this state. we're broke. you really can't negotiate when you don't have money to negotiate. >> walker talks a good game on camera but he is trying to cut a deal behind closed doors. a new development. this afternoon e-mails between governor walker's aides and the wisconsin 14
of us ever thought would happen. so negotiations on this are critical to move past this and move on to the budget. another senate republican named luther olsen told "the milwaukee journal sentinel" they're in the minority but holding some cards so you've got to negotiate. you can't give up the whole ship. what does all that mean? both statements come weeks after senator dale schultz tried to push an amendment that would sunset the elimination of collective bargaining rights. folks, you have to admit these statements go completely against what governor walker has been saying about the bill for weeks. >> the bottom line is we're trying to balance our budget and there is really no room to negotiate on that because we're broke. >> it's real simple. we're trying to balance the budget. we're broke. we are broke in this state. we're broke. you really can't negotiate when you don't have money to negotiate. >> walker talks a good game on camera but he is trying to cut a deal behind closed doors. a new development. this afternoon e-mails between governor walker's aides and the wisconsin 14
the world of sports" published by regnery, the folks who gave us ted, white and blue by ted nugent and carrie prejean's "still standing." allen blends sports anecdotes, memorable, funny, and nostalgic with the political issues we face drawing out the principles of sports to the issues we face and our national life and politics. here is a real world sports application for allen to remember. know when to punt. >> thank you very much, kent. appreciate that. >>> now it's time for "the ed show." have a great night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. this is what's on the table. if you're in education, this could be your show tonight. teachers, vital to our country, vital -- vital to the future of this country but shamefully under valued, and governor scott walker? well, he's not the only culprit. it's getting worse. it's got to stop. my commentary coming up on that. the wisconsin 14. they left the state to save it. tonight they'll respond to the new nightmare budget that could set the standard for the rest of the nation. and mike huckabee says p
cronies in the state of wisconsin, and here is what they want to do. they want to use taxpayer money to help wealthy kids go to private schools, now do you think that is fair? they are dead set on cutting $900 million from public edge case. and the only thing that is standing in the way of this program are 14 brave public servants because they don't have votes to stop it, so they have to leave the state. there are rumors a deal has been cut and the democrats of the wisconsin 14 have been flying around to make it work all day long, but nobody knows when they will come back to madison, but the republicans, they definitely turned up the heat today. the wisconsin senate voted 19 to zero to hold the wisconsin 14 in contempt of the senate. now, the resolution they passed reads like this, senate majority leader fitzgerald shall order senate sergeant at arms to take any and all necessary steps with or without force and with or without assistance of law enforcement officers by warrant or other legal process as he may deem necessary in order to bring that senator to the senate chambers. i mean
gave us ted, white and blue by ted nugent and carrie prejean's "still standing." face drawing out the principles of sports to the issues we face and our national life and politics. here is a real world sports application for allen to remember. know when to punt. >> thank you very much, kent. appreciate that. >>> now it's time for "the ed show." have a great night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. this is what's on the table. if you're in education, this could be your show tonight. teachers, vital to our country, vital -- vital to the future of this country but shamefully under valued, and governor scott walker? well, he's not the only culprit. it's getting worse. it's got to stop. my commentary coming up on that. the wisconsin 14. they left the state to save it. tonight they'll respond to the new nightmare budget that could set the standard for the rest of the nation. and mike huckabee says president obama grew up in kenya. breaking news. governor huckabee, correction, well, it's just not enough. you'll be in the takedown tonight. this i
. they want to use taxpayer money to help wealthy kids go to private schools, now do you think that is fair? they are dead set on cutting $900 million from public edge case. and the only thing that is standing in the way of this program are 14 brave public servants because they don't have votes to stop it, so they have to leave the state. there are rumors a deal has been cut and the democrats of the wisconsin 14 have been flying around to make it work all day long, but nobody knows when they will come back to madison, but the republicans, they definitely turned up the heat today. the wisconsin senate voted 19 to zero to hold the wisconsin 14 in contempt of the senate. now, the resolution they passed reads like this, senate majority leader fitzgerald shall order senate sergeant at arms to take any and all necessary steps with or without force and with or without assistance of law enforcement officers by warrant or other legal process as he may deem necessary in order to bring that senator to the senate chambers. i mean, that is pretty wide-ranging stuff, isn't it? but i think that we need to
newt always needs cash. >>> that does it for us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow night. now, it is time for "the ed show." have a good one. poll numbers sliding for three radical republican governors. that's our lead story tonight. new comments from president obama about the exit strategy in libya. even while more u.s. forces are joining the fight, what's that all about? robert greenwald is here to talk about it. one year ago, don't you remember the conversation, republicans said it would be armageddon if this health care reform bill passed. well, since armageddon never came, and since a lot more people are being covered, we thought we'd talk about it tonight. >>> and the glenn beck channel, believe it or not, it could be a reality. i have some programming ideas. it's all coming up. >>> this is the story that has me fired up first tonight, folks. american voters are having, i think, buyers' remorse with radical republican governors in key parts of the country when you look at 2012. if the elections were held tonight, republican governors walker kasich and snider would be out
there's always tomorrow. also, please send cash. newt always needs cash. >>> that does it for us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow night. now, it is time for "the ed show." have a good one. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. this is what's on the table tonight. poll numbers sliding for three radical republican governors. that's our lead story tonight. libya. even while more u.s. forces are joining the fight, what's that all about? robert greenwald is here to talk about it. one year ago, don't you remember the conversation, republicans said it would be armageddon if this health care reform bill passed. well, since armageddon never came, and since a lot more people are being covered, we thought we'd talk about it tonight. >>> and the glenn beck channel, believe it or not, it could be a reality. i have some programming ideas. it's all coming up. >>> this is the story that has me reupfittogh lk amic vte arehang i k,yepuican governors walker kasich and snider would be out of a job. walker, would now lose to barrett by seven points. in ohio
we didn't get the answers we want to know what is the end game. u.s. interests are gadhafi's got to go. killing him or capturing he's got to go because he's going to seek revenge on the united states of america. that will be his m.o. from here on out and he will sponsor terrorism unless he's gone. >> wait a minute now. he's been sponsoring terrorism. whose side are you on? are you with the terrorists, sarah, or are you with the president of the united states? did you hear that? after nine days in libya sarah palin wants an end game. now i know that palin isn't real big history buff so let's go to the archives. here is what president bush said about time tables four years after the start of the war in iraq. >> i believe artificial time tables of withdrawal would be a mistake. i will strongly reject an artificial timetable withdrawal and/or washington politicians trying to tell those who wear the uniform how to do their job. >> son of a gun. if president obama had used that kind of language last night, what do yothink the palins and the boltons and the folks over at fox have been s
's doing it. they're villifying us. where is the shared sacrifice? we'll show you the tape later on in the program. what bothers me about all of this is that -- who are we becoming as americans that we want to begrudge someone else? if they have something? and i thought, coming back to new york after that, you know, if we had universal health care in this country, half this damn problem would be off the table. the unions wouldn't have to be fighting for a full coverage. full coverage. that's a heck of a benefit today. and that really gets them upset. because, you see, if someone over in that anti-crowd doesn't have health care they're not going to try to get health care. they're not going to advocate to try to make it right for everybody to make it accessible to everybody. no. it's a hell of a lot easier to go pick on the people who have got it and have worked hard for it and negotiated for it and agreements have been made. that's what the problem is with the aftermath of all of this is that we will be a country that needs to do a lot of healing because we are identifying the hav
speech because we didn't get the answers we want to know what is the end game. u.s. interests are gadhafi's got to go. killing him or capturing he's got to go because he's going to seek revenge on the united states of america. that will be his m.o. from here on out and he will sponsor terrorism unless he's gone. >> wait a minute now. he's been sponsoring terrorism. whose side are you on? are you with the terrorists, sarah, or are you with the president of the united states? did you hear that? after nine days in libya sarah palin wants an end game. now i know that palin isn't real big history buff so let's go to the archives. here is what president bush said about time tables four years after the start of the war in iraq. >> i believe artificial time tables of withdrawal would be a mistake. i will strongly reject an artificial timetable withdrawal and/or washington politicians trying to tell those who wear the uniform how to do their job. >> son of a gun. if president obama had used that kind of language last night, what do you think the palins and the boltons and the folks over at fox hav
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